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Frisco’s Free Outdoor Concert Season is Back with a Variety of Artists and a New Concert Location

The Town of Frisco is excited to announce a full schedule of free concerts being offered all summer long. New this year- on Thursday, June 6, Frisco will throw Rock the Dock, a kickoff to summer on Frisco Bay Marina’s Lighthouse Lawn. Also, Frisco’s 4th of July celebrations will once again feature a concert on Main Street, and Frisco’s Concert in the Park series will return to the Frisco Historic Park with 11 concerts on Thursdays from June 13 through August 29.

Fourth of July Celebration

July 4, 2024, at 5:30 PM

North Mississippi Allstars

After 25 years, twelve albums, four GRAMMY® Award nominations, and sold out shows everywhere, North Mississippi Allstars open up their world once again on their thirteenth album, Set Sail, welcoming other family members into the fold.

As legend has it, Luther and Cody Dickinson started the band in 1996 as a loose collective of like-minded second-generation musicians who shared a local repertoire and regional style. Over the years, the lineup shifted by design, and each subsequent record offered up a different combination of collaborators. This time around, they mined the talents of Jesse Williams on bass and Lamar Williams, Jr. on vocals. During the Allman Betts Band Family Revival, the Dickinsons first linked up with Lamar, son of the Allman Brothers bassist Lamar Williams, Sr., becoming fast friends and collaborators and eventually paving the way for their newest album, Set Sail.

Rock the Dock

The summer kickoff concert is now part of the Frisco Bay Marina’s Rock the Dock festivities. Attendees are invited to enjoy a free concert on Frisco Bay Marina Lighthouse Lawn, along with lawn games and power boat and paddle sport rentals, in addition to food and drink specials at the Island Grill.

June 6, 2024, at 4:15 PM

Vincent Antone

Vincent Antone is an American producer and recording artist based in Austin, Texas. This  multi-instrumentalist has played guitar for over 20 years, drums for 15 years, and piano and bass for 10 years. He has produced music for more than eight years and has found a passion for combining elements of dance music with a variety of genres. His style runs from future funk, Hip Hop, future bass, house, trap, and everything in between. During live performances, Vince plays guitar and keys, while he is joined by powerhouse drummer Jose Gutierrez.

June 6, 2024, at 6:15 PM


A three-piece Colorado based band, SunSquabi, has been catching the eyes and ears of music fans around the world with their ever-evolving sound in the studio and during live shows. SunSquabi has gained national attention for their unique way of producing music. The band’s live show has been described as an ‘Electronic Hydro Funk Experience’ that is different every single time out. SunSquabi continues to break down and analyze the expectations of what a “Live-Electronic” band should be.

2024 Concerts in the Park Lineup

The Concert in the Park series is a local favorite and an ode to summer evenings in the Rockies. The series features bands from a wide variety of musical genres, including bluegrass, rock, reggae, jam band, blues, Americana, and more. Each week a different local non-profit is benefited by selling refreshments to raise funds to support their efforts in Summit County. The Concert in the Park series goes from 5:30 to 7:30 pm each Thursday and is free to the public. Guests are invited to bring lawn chairs and well-behaved, leashed pets to join in on the best family-friendly happy hour in Summit County.

June 13, 2024

Coral Creek

Concert to Benefit High Country Conservation Center

Coral Creek is a nationally acclaimed Colo-Caribbean newgrass band featuring the original music of Chris Thompson. Inspired by the islands and the mountains alike,  Coral Creek conjures a unique vibe, delivering big sounds and high-energy shows that appeal to audiences across the newgrass, rock, and jam band spectrum. Drawing influence from legendary guitarists Jerry Garcia & Tony Rice, don’t be surprised when Coral Creek launches into a second line jam with tenor saxophone soaring over organ swells and a rolling banjo. Listen closely, and you might even hear some steel pan and coqui frogs.

June 20, 2024

Santa Rios

Concert to Benefit Summit County Community Cares Clinic

Bringing the electrifying Latin fusion of Carlos Santana to life, Santa Rios is a sensational tribute act led by the dynamic duo of master percussionists, George A. Mossman and Bones Davis, who also produce Salida’s Next Last Waltz and play together in the Grateful Dead Tribute; Roundhouse Assembly. Hailing from Colorado, Santa Rios is a powerful, nine-piece ensemble who pays homage to Santana’s iconic music, blending afro-Cuban rhythms with blues and rock to create a mesmerizing musical journey.

June 27, 2024

The Coffis Brothers

Concert to Benefit League of Animals and People of the Summit

The Coffis Brothers bring a blend of folk, country, and rock with the intensity of personal lyrics into a gritty and often tender harmony of sound. Their show delivers one-part Avett Brothers and one-part early Neil Young for a full night of dancing and fun.

July 11, 2024

Roundhouse Assembly

Concert to Benefit Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center

Roundhouse Assembly emphasizes the Grateful Dead songbook and has steadily laid claim to the title of Ark Valley supergroup with band members playing key roles in a number of local bands past and present.

July 18, 2024

Earl Nelson & The Company

Concert to Benefit Summit County Arts Council

Earl Nelson & the Company emerged out of Colorado in 2021 to revitalize the Americana music of the 60’s & 70’s. The band produces sounds of pure groove, blending North Mississippi hill country blues, Southern rock soul, and gospel grass.

July 25, 2024

Easy Honey

Concert to Benefit Advocates for Victims of Assault

Easy Honey’s witty melodies dotted with catchy hooks serve as anthems of nostalgia for their indie rock audience. Drawing inspiration from the originality and attitude of The Kinks, The Replacements, and Radiohead, the band’s raucous yet sentimental live show exemplifies the realness that people crave in a post covid and internet driven world.

August 1, 2024

Doc Robinson

Concert to Benefit the Family & Intercultural Resource Center

Melding eccentric lyricism, heartbreak harmonies, and dueling lead guitar synergy, Doc Robinson has catapulted itself beyond genre categorization into a midwestern “gumbo” concoction. From front man Jon Elliott’s commanding tenor vocals, abstract interludes at a moment’s notice, and blissful melodic interjections, Doc revels in a deliberate spectrum of sounds.

August 8, 2024

Nik Parr & The Selfless Lovers

Concert to Benefit Mountain Dreamers

Nik Parr & The Selfless Lovers have shared the stage with many of the top acts in roots music: Black Joe Lewis, Rebirth Brass Band, Soul Rebels, Tank & The Bangas, and many more. The group tours actively with over one hundred and fifty shows per year around the country; making fans across their home state of Texas, the Southeast, the Midwest and all the way out to the Rocky Mountains. The touring roster features longtime drummer Daniel Warner, bassist Evan Durr, and guitarist Keegan Flynn.

August 15, 2024

Horizon Line

Concert to Benefit Friends of the Lower Blue

Horizon Line was fused together in 2015 and has been providing electric Rocky Mountain rock and roll to the Colorado high country ever since. Born out of the whitewater scene of the Arkansas Valley, this band is fueled by days on the river and nights on the stage. ‘Horizon Line’ in whitewater terminology refers to a drop in the river gradient indicating rapids or falls ahead, so prepare to get rowdy and hold on tight! This four-piece band delivers a deep list of original music inspired by the highlights and lowlights of Colorado mountain living. Don’t be surprised if you also hear some of your favorite jam band, classic rock, and blues covers too.

August 22, 2024

Kevin Daniel & The Bottom Line

Concert to Benefit Teach Wanderlust

Raised in North Carolina, Brooklyn-based Americana crooner Kevin Daniel is set on making NYC a destination for Nashville sounds. The songwriter and multi-instrumentalist brings southern rock, gospel, and blues to barrooms of Brooklyn and beyond.

August 29, 2024

Last Call Romance

Concert to Benefit Smart Bellies

Last Call Romance delivers a modern take on a mid-century sound, indie bluesy-swing or Chris Isaak and Shirley Manson have a baby with the Squirrel Nut Zippers. The band has played all over the Front Range and internationally in the U.K. Duncan of Scene magazine wrote, “Their old-meets-new style of putting a modern twist on retro-inspired sounds and themes has made them a memorable standout in the music scene here and respected by their musician peers”.

More Information

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